Serving: Chilled (12–14°C)
About: Alain Coudert, the master of Fleurie. Interestingly, the labels don't feature the appellation name because the original owners of the domaine lost their Moulin a Vent status (which was then considered superior to Fleurie), when the appellation boundaries were changed placing them in neighbouring Fleurie. Instead of accepting this, a picture of their favourite racehorse 'La Roilette' was chosen to grace the labels along with no mention of Fleurie which has remained to this day. The soils in this corner of Fleurie are an interesting mix of manganese and clay, this gives the wines power and structure. This is a dark and intense gamay, black cherry, chocolate and spice. Perfect for pairing with gamey meats.